Why are some people blind to wet towels, shoes and dirty socks where they don’t belong? It’s a lack of object permanenceFor people who lack object permanence, once they walk out of the bedroom, the wet towel that they left on the bed ceases to exist. Same with the boots shed directly in front of the door. Or the dirty socks on the radiator.
- Variation is normal, but the numbers of Monarch butterflies have all but crashed. The Monarch’s food and nesting source, the wildflower known as milkweed, has disappeared rapidly — 150 million acres of milkweed in the U.S. are gone.
- Of all of God’s creatures, service dogs are perhaps one of the greatest physical evidence of His love and protection.
- The glass ceiling has been cracked but not broken. Women have made great strides toward equality, but we’re not there yet.
- Like the legislation sought by County Executive Steve Bellone last year, State Assemblyman Fred Thiele’s proposal would create a fund with a $1-per-thousand water surcharge for public water customers. The fund would help homeowners install costly advanced septic systems.
Congressman Zeldin, your constituents deserve more open, two-way discussion on many important issuesNew York’s First District residents deserve a face-to-face meeting with their congressman to discuss many important issues in a two-way conversation.
- Rep. Lee Zeldin discusses education, infrastructure, healthcare, and environmental priorities facing our district in this second of a two-part op-ed.
- Congressman Zeldin can no longer assume he can make statements without having to defend them. His constituents demand and deserve evidence-based justification for his positions.
- Trump voters who obtained health care coverage on an ACA marketplace or through expanded Medicaid want more affordable premiums but are distressed about possibly losing their insurance.
- To the Editor: It was so good to see the pictures of all the PEOPLE who made life go on during our recent snow storm. News networks show pictures of snow and hardware stores selling shovels (how many shovels do you need in a lifetime – aren’t they reusable?), you found the real heroes of life ...
- East Marion Fire District is again asking residents to extend the length of service award program. Why?
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